“BEFORE coming to Plymouth College of Art I never really considered animation as a skill that I’d be able to study. I was torn between drama and art, then one of my friends suggested that animation would cover acting through drawing. I watched as many award-nominated animations that year as I could and realised that this is what I want to do.
COOKS Spinney Primary Academy has launched an after-school childcare provision in support of working parents.
SOUNDS Right Phonics Classes for Kids were delighted to take part in Children’s Activities Week from 13th-17th May’19 to help raise money for Caudwell Children.This is a charity that supports children with autism and their families.
AMBULANCE service mark Dementia Action Week with 2,000 staff trained
‘Green’ accolade for the new Stansted Airport College STANSTED Airport’s £11m technical skills college has been given a stamp of approval for its ‘green’ credentials. Experts in sustainability at leading property and construction consultants Ingleton Wood were brought in to advise on the construction of the building from concept to completion. The aim was to […]
A dedicated Harlow couple who have opened their home to vulnerable children are supporting Essex County Council’s bid to find 100 more foster carers following the launch of Foster Care Fortnight.
HUNDREDS of patients have benefited from taking part in clinical trials at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust. One of those is Valerie Fitzjohn, who joined a clinical research study after suffering with psoriatic arthritis for years. The condition was so bad that by the time she was in her 60s she was unable to get dressed, […]
IN order to keep pace with demand for lighter-touch support for local people facing the loss of a loved one, St Clare Hospice has now developed four new ‘Bereavement Cafés’. Run in partnership with Harlow’s Rainbow Services and Epping District Council, these four new Bereavement Café events will run throughout Nazeing, Harlow, Chigwell and Ongar, […]
THEFT from motor vehicles continues to be an issue in the area especially with vans being targeted and tools stolen from within, we have increased our patrols, seized several vehicles containing stolen tools and made a number of arrests.
AN unknown creature visited a Harlow primary school and laid a gigantic egg.
A PHOTO exhibition into the lost world of Burnt Mill Village will open on Saturday at Harlow Museum.
ESSEX Police is appealing for witnesses to a disturbance in which a man was threatened with a broken bottle.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust is now accepting nominations for their annual Our Amazing People Awards.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust is now accepting nominations for their annual Our Amazing People Awards.
THE LANDLORD of a restaurant on the Market Square in Harlow has changed the locks and placed what is called a “Forfeiture Notice” on the front window.
THE Independent Custody Visiting Scheme run by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s Office has been awarded a prestigious national award for the quality of its independent custody visiting scheme.
ESSEX County Council’s Full Council meeting on Tuesday 14th May saw the Labour Group propose a motion regarding trail hunting on County Council land.
HEART 4 Harlow has established five core link groups that meet regularly to discuss the issues, concerns and challenges facing our town and to pray for all of those involved.
Dementia Action Week: Come for a walk in Harlow Town Park. Full details on poster.
“I WANT to see more support for survivors. I want to know that they have someone there who looks after them and helps them as an individual and not as a case number, another person on their list”.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has called for an increase in the sentencing for attempted rape to life imprisonment in an impassioned speech in the House of Commons.
POLICE Officers investigating a collision on the M11 yesterday morning, Tuesday, May 14, are appealing for witnesses after a driver involved failed to stop following the incident.
LITTLE Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, has launched the Reach for the Stars initiative to inspire pupils to work as a team and demonstrate good classroom behaviour.
THE Harvey Centre in Harlow is celebrating Cartoonist’s Day by offering customers free personal caricatures on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May.
BURNT Mill Academy is working with students in every year group to establish a pathway for them to follow to a successful future.